STEM CELL THERAPIES
by Dr. Lawrence Wilson
© June 2019, LD Wilson Consultants, Inc.
All information in this article is for educational purposes only. It is not for the diagnosis, treatment, prescription or cure of any disease or health condition.
Definitions. Stem cells are another name for totipotent cells in the body. These are special cells that can differentiate or change themselves into many types of body cells. Most cells cannot do this.
Stem cells are like universal replacement cells that can adapt and change into whichever type of cells the body happens to need. This is indeed an amazing ability. It is also a normal healing mechanism of the body.
Stem cell therapy is the extraction of these cells from the body and their use to then make other more specialized cells wherever they are needed. An advantage is that it is not very toxic, unlike drugs.
PROBLEMS OF STEM CELL THERAPY
The US government issued a warning that stem cell therapy sounds good, but a lot of it does not work well. It works in limited instances only.
Other problems with it from our perspective are:
1. Stem cell therapy does nothing to enhance the nutrition of the body. One is not supplying nutrients, but only cells. Therefore, stem cell therapy is limited in its effects.
2. Stem cell therapy does little or nothing to eliminate from the body toxic metals or toxic chemicals. There may be some effects due to the vitality of the new cells, but it is quite limited. This will also limit the benefits of stem cell therapy.
3. Stem cell therapy does little to balance body chemistry, except perhaps locally where the stem cells act. This also limits the effectiveness of this therapy for some conditions.
A DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM INVOLVES STEM CELLS
A development program makes use of totipotent or stem cells in the body. With this program, one does not need to inject the cells into a person. They are already present and when one remineralizes the body properly, they will help rebuild body organs and tissues.